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CSU Bakersfield, UCSD to join CSUN in Big West Conference

IRVINE, Calif. – The Big West Conference Board of Directors announced Monday the addition of California State University, Bakersfield and the University of California San Diego as the 10th and 11th members of the Conference. -- SCV News

CSUN Takes 3rd Place at Thanksgiving Tourney

NORTHRDIGE, Calif.—CSUN defeated Arizona 66-63 in the third-place game of the Warner Center Marriott Thanksgiving Basketball Classic Saturday night in the Matador. -- SCV News

Kobe Paras calls for separate MVPs for local, foreign players in UAAP, NCAA

On a tweet, the Cal State Northridge Matador reacted to Ben Mbala being named the UAAP Most Valuable Player for the second straight year, joining the increasingly popular debate on whether the MVP award for collegiate leauges in the Philippines should have different recepients for local and foreign-born players. -- Daily Star - Philippines

Kobe Level: MVP on locals and imports

Nitong Lunes, ang pagpili ng MVP sa UAAP at NCAA naman ang pinuna ni Kobe, naka-base sa US at naglalaro sa Cal State Northridge. -- Abante Tonite - Philippines (in Filipino)

UC San Diego Hits the Big(ger) Time

UC San Diego is joining the Division I-level Big West Conference where its teams will play against universities with similarly underpowered athletic reputations like UC Riverside and Cal State Northridge. -- Voice of San Diego

Choosing all-time best football players difficult but a lot of fun

Jerry Powell, Lincoln, 1967: Jerry joins the other Powell brothers — Art, a receiver, and Charlie, a defensive lineman — on the top 10. The 1967 San Diego Section Player of the Year, Jerry started his career at Michigan State, returned to play at San Diego City College, then moved to Cal State Northridge, where he was an all-conference receiver. He was briefly with the Chargers before bouncing to the World League, where he starred for the Hawaiians as a receiver and kick returner. A torn ACL ended his career. -- San Diego Union-Tribune